How your purchase is helping communities worldwide.
- Supporting more than 130 partners in 35 countries
- Delivering employment, income and social support to more than 50,000 people
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Sock monkeys come in an assortment of colours and styles. The image shown is used for illustration purposes only.
Our inspirational sock monkeys are here. Handmade by the artisans from Woza Moya, a non-governmental organisation providing care and support for people living with HIV in the Ufafa Valley, South Africa.
Made from: Cotton jersey, polyester fibre, buttons, synthetic yarn
Please note: Sponge clean
Woza Moya Sock Monkey$39.95
Woza Moya is a non-governmental organisation providing care and support for people living with HIV in the Ufafa Valley, South Africa. Woza Moya are a small-scale, emerging producer group and while they are not currently Fair Trade certified, they are taking their first steps towards accreditation. Oxfam is working to bring Woza Moya’s beautiful hand-crafted products to the Australian market in the hopes that the relationship will result in long-term, positive improvements in the organisations operations - while linking the group to new markets, assisting with quality, export and product development procedures and to provide guidance towards Fair Trade accreditation.
For those of you who missed our webinar celebrating women’s economic ownership through creativity and craft and International Women’s Day(or just can’t wait to see it again) you can Click here or on the image to hear firsthand from artisans in South Africa who share their inspiring stories of economic ownership.
The first products from Woza Moya to grace our Australian shelves are the ever-colourful, bright and quirky sock monkeys. Operation Sock Monkey was a project originally developed in Canada to help bring joy and laughter to children affected by trauma all around the world. Due to the sock monkeys ever-growing popularity and increasing demand, the project is now also helping Woza Moya’s artisans in South Africa create a sustainable future with an ongoing source of income. In addition to export activities, a portion of Woza Moya’s proceeds go towards supplementing the income of other artisans in the Ufafa Valley, and the group also supplies sock monkeys to the "Clowns Without Borders South Africa" program which works with local children affected by trauma.
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